Archive for “Charles Samuels”
Two days worth of voting resulted in a Samuels victory in Greater Jackson Wards straw poll for the 2nd District City Council race. Another poll on the Fan of the Fan produced similar results.
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Donald MCeachan WILL endorse endorsed Charles Samuels today at Noon. McCheachan, who had formerly endorsed Charlie Diradour, switched after the Richmond City Democratic Committee endorsed Samuels.
Tuesday, June 26 (TOMORROW!) The Round House at Byrd Park near the Fountain Lake 5:30 – 7 p.m.
An arrest of a club owner over a parking dispute led to a three way battle of completing press releases from the RPD, Charles Samuels and Charlie Diroudor. First the set up from RVAMag. Last night, Rand Burgess, owner of The Camel restaurant and nightclub, was arrested. According to a message posted on facebook by [...]
RICHMOND, VA – Today, the re-election campaign of Second District City Councilman Charles R. Samuels announced the endorsement of Mr. C.T. Woody, Richmond’s Sheriff. Woody cites Councilman Samuels’ dedication to public safety and law enforcement throughout the City of Richmond. “Councilman Samuels has always been a champion for law enforcement officials throughout the Second District and [...]
per the Press Release: RICHMOND COMMONWEALTH’S ATTORNEY MICHAEL N. HERRING ENDORSES CHARLES SAMUELS RICHMOND, VA — Today, the re-election campaign of Second District City Councilman Charles R. Samuels announced the endorsement of Mr. Michael Herring, Richmond’s Commonwealth’s Attorney. Herring cites Councilman Samuels’ personal ethics and dedication to public safety and government transparency during his time [...]
Today, in a press release, Councilman Samuels announced his plans to run for re-election in the 2nd District. The full release follows.
The unity of purpose that once marked the downtown arts community has largely fractured. Fault lines run between Curated Culture and the Downtown Neighborhood Association, Christina Newton and Katie Ukrop, Charles Samuels and Dwight Jones, those pushing a small tightly focused arts district and a broader one covering most of downtown.
Dear Friends, The holidays and winter months are approaching much faster than usual, don’t you think? What happens to the time? It is easy to miss the “spirit” of the season which are the blessings we have and the good people that are all around us making Richmond a great place to live. Many of these people [...]